Cyber Resilience-as-a-Service

Dynamic risk management, strategy, solutions and skills, combined to suit your business

Optimised, unified cyber resilience services

Technological and operational resilience is a never-ending project. Compliance regulations change, cyber threats advance and attack surfaces grow.
ITHQ's Cyber Resilience-as-a-Service delivers a unique combination of risk management, technology and expertise to keep your business ahead of any threats yet to come over the horizon.

Strategy

Manage risks, hit compliance targets

Managing risk means compliance with regulatory standards on some level for all businesses. From policy creation to review, disaster recovery and business continuity to security drills that thoroughly prepare you for inevitable cyber attacks, our V-CISO service has you covered.
ITHQ certified strategists are ready to hit the ground running with plans that will ensure you are prepared as your attack surface inevitably expands and tomorrows unknown threats emerge.

Solutions

Technology and tactics mapped to the eighteen CIS controls

For every CIS critical control, we have a solution or suite of solutions built using 'only the best' technology, determined by our Solution Architecture Framework. This creates a layered mesh of resilience, as required by cyber insurance providers and regulators.

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Skills

The right people at the right time

The IT skills shortage is the biggest challenge to cyber resilience that businesses face today. Indeed, it is the biggest challenge to the success of many business projects.
Your ITHQ team works as an extension to your existing IT team, delivering reactive support, proactive 'squad' work and strategic direction as prioritised in scheduled sessions in order to drive ongoing success.
This service is created to fit your business needs, so please contact us to arrange an intro chat.

Survey

Driving continuous improvement

No plan is complete without scrutiny. Scheduled surveys encompass assessment, review and evolution to ensure strategies are always on target, solutions optimised and skills focused where you need them.
This phase of resilience is too often overlooked. Yet without it, you are missing the vital last step of the cyber resilience engineering framework. Here we understand lessons learned and make vital improvements as the need arises.


Roadmap to resilience


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Current state and gap analysis

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3-year roadmap to 'risk-adjusted, appropriate' security controls

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Budget, phasing and timing

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Accountability with executive engagement and reporting

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Ability to withstand an attack when it happens, and recover

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Value of lessons learned being realised


This ongoing process cycles every three years

ITHQ CRaaS adheres to the cyber resilience engineering framework

Anticipate

Critical controls ensure your business is protected when an attack occurs

Withstand

Your business is able to continue operating through an advanced, sustained attack

Recover

Recovery is fast and damage minimal, with cyber resilience equal to BCP and DR planning

Evolve

Continuous monitoring and revision strengthens your long-term resilience

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